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Kings Officially Set Roster for 2006-08 NHL Season

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Kings have announced their 23-man player roster for the 2006-07 season.
Center Alyn McCauley (off-season knee surgery) and defenseman Richard Petiot (knee sprain during the 2006 Rookie Tournament) have been placed on the injured reserve list to start the season.  McCauley is officially a non-roster player. The following is a look at the Kings' 23-man player roster:
Goaltenders (2)                Defense (8)                        Forwards (13)

Business Organizations Support Measure M

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Valley Industrial Association have both endorsed Measure M, a ballot initiative that will be on the November 7 general election ballot.  Measure M will provide funds for College of the Canyons to add critically needed classrooms and labs, and ease overcrowding at the college.

McKeon Honored for Record on Pro-Growth, Pro-Job Issues

WASHINGTON, D.C., October 3, 2006-Representative Buck McKeon (R-CA-25)
has been awarded the National Association of Manufacturers Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence in recognition of his continued support of American manufacturers and a pro-growth, pro-job agenda.           

Lockheed Player of the Week - October 3, 2006

Congratulations, J.J. DiLuigi of Canyon High School for being a “Player of the Week”.
Cowboys running back DiLuigi had a superb game against Chaminade last Friday, 49-32.  The senior ran the ball 33 times for 282 yards and caught two balls for 25 yards.  He had four touchdowns, all rughins. 
Congratulations, J.J. DiLuigi from Lockheed Federal Credit Union, The Signal, and KHTS AM-1220!
For his performance, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the Canyon High School booster club.

Huge Power Outage Affects Over 100,000 Homes And Businesses

At approximately 3:00pm a Southern California Edison transformer blew out at the I-5 and Highway 14 split.  The blown transformer caused a massive power outage in the Santa Clarita Valley.

The power outage affected over 130,000 homes and businesses.  This also took out many traffic lights at some of the busiest intersections in the valley causing massive traffic jams.  At approximately 5:00pm power was out in 22,500 households and businesses primarily in the Newhall area.

County Officials Promote Eating of Breakfast

With 22% of students in Los Angeles County considered overweight, the Department of Public Health has a simple solution:  Eat breakfast!The county's conducting a campaign to promote the benefits of healthy breakfasts to deter obesity in young children.  Get the whole story in Monday's Signal.

Star Studded Stephen Schwartz Tribute Set For Oct. 22nd

The Theatre Project/SCV is staging a star-studded tribute to the musical work of STEPHEN SCHWARTZ at 7:30 pm on Sunday evening, October 22, and the evening will include musical selections by the prolific composer and/or lyricist of such works as Broadway’s WICKED, GODSPELL and PIPPIN

City to Host Annual Santa Clarita Street Art Festival

The streets of Old Town Newhall will showcase beautiful, temporary works of art inspired by the tradition of Italian street painting at this year's Santa Clarita Street Art Festival, slated for Saturday and Sunday, October 7 and 8, 2006.

October is Cancer Awareness Month

Returning special guest co-host Tami Hulcher, health educator and nationally recognized "The Queen of Health", will join Ellen Como on her AM 1220 - KHTS "Lifestyle Fitness" show on Tuesday, October 3rd from Noon - 1pm Pacific Time.  Nationwide listeners are invited to join us at click in to listen LIVE! "I will be dedicating this show in memory of my friend, the dearest Edith Meyer, who lost her courageous battle with cancer last month," says Ms. Hulcher.

Antonovich Motion Increases Treatment Resources for Homeless Mentally Ill

Passed unanimously by the Board of Supervisors, a motion by Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich allocates nearly $5 million dollars for a pilot program increasing transitional treatment services for homeless mentally ill released from hospitals, jails or courts.
"Long-term solutions and effective treatment will help replace a broken system of warehousing without healing," said Antonovich.  "This requires a systematic approach to assist chronically homeless transition directly into permanent, service-linked independent living arrangements,"